J.D. loves to be around the staff and volunteers, and enjoys roaming around the shelter. He is a bully to the other cats, and does not like the dogs around much either. He has been tolerant of one other cat and a mellow office dog, but would prefer a home that will be all his own. He is declawed, and he has always been an indoor cat. He has been around our junior volunteers, and is comfortable around kids 5 years and older.
J.D. does have special medical needs as he is slightly Diabetic and requires a small injection of insulin twice a day. We can put you in touch with the Veterinarian who has diagnosed and treated J.D. before. He is currently doing very well, and will be visiting the Vet again soon to test his bloodwork levels.
If you are interested in J.D., please contact us or stop by and ask to meet him in person. He is a wonderful, big lap cat that really deserves a good home where he will have all of his needs taken care of and lots of love.
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